Arran has towering hills and rugged coastlines, abundant farmland and dense forest, all of which are grouped into a compact plot of land that is in the Firth of Clyde between the Ayrshire coast and the Kintyre Peninsula.
It is known as "Scotland in Miniature" because it shares some of the characteristics of the Highlands and Lowlands, the mainland and the Western Isles.
Great malt whisky is a distillation of the place where it was made. & Nbsp;
The local water, microclimate, and air quality affect the mind once it is distilled and matured. Isle of Arran whisky could only have come from this little rock twenty by ten miles. Our whisky is the island, bottled.
This geography is the key to the character of our whisky. & Nbsp;
On this island, we create a spirit that reflects a range of regional influences, yet has a rare and unique personality.
& nbsp; More like the island itself.